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Environmental Conflicts, Migration and Governance$
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Tim Krieger, Diana Panke, and Michael Pregernig

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781529202168

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781529202168.001.0001

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On the Nexus Between Environmental Conflict, Migration and Governance: Concluding Remarks

On the Nexus Between Environmental Conflict, Migration and Governance: Concluding Remarks

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(p.219) 12 On the Nexus Between Environmental Conflict, Migration and Governance: Concluding Remarks
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Environmental Conflicts, Migration and Governance
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Günther G. Schulze

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781529202168.003.0012

This chapter summarizes the “Environmental conflicts, migration and governance” book’s key insights and reflects on theoretical and methodological challenges tied to the study of the nexus between environmental problems, conflict dynamics, and migration. The author argues that it is not entirely clear what is the most important direction(s) of causality in the environment, conflict, migration nexus. Multiple feedback effects exist that make the interdependencies non-linear in nature, reason why the author calls upon a cybernetic approach to further study the nexus. Understanding the different relations of the variables in this nexus provides entry points for good governance. However, the chapter argues the need to examine the interplay between environmental conflicts, migration and governance more comprehensively and context-specifically.

Keywords:   environmental conflict, migration, governance, conflict dynamics, good governance, cybernetic approach, feedback effects, direction(s) of causality

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